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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the brand of oil is pretty much a personal choice as each have qualities
what you should be looking for is the viscosity suitable for your ambient and operating temperatures
next the sc, sa sd etc quality that is best for your vehicle
next is the cost that you are prepared to pay for the oil
mineral oil is cheap but synthetic oil is a lot dearer
AS all oils have components in them to hold combustion processes in suspension, they all have to be changed on a regular basis as these additives are neutralized during the operation of an engine so dearer synthetic oils do not have such a big advantage over mineral oils because of the necessity to change on a regular basis
it is an old saying --- oil is the best mechanic so change it regularly according to the conditions and it will look after the engine
Posted on Jun 01, 2016
More details would have been helpful but I assume you mean you are either finding oil floating on the coolant or the engine oil level is rising due to coolant finding a way into the oil pan?
A failing cylinder head gasket is the most common cause but a cracked cylinder head or block is a possibility and in some cases a cracked intake manifold or failing gasket can be responsible.
Engines of the wet-liner design a failed liner seal can fill the oil pan with coolant without causing oil in the cooling system.
It isn't unknown for the inexperienced to actually top up a coolant level with engine oil.
Posted on Dec 18, 2017
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